|September 1963||Shinto Akagawara Co., Ltd. is established (Takahama, Aichi).|
|November 1948||Head Office Plant 1 is completed in Takahama-cho, Takahama, Aichi (now Tado-cho, Takahama, Aichi). The tunnel kiln is implemented.|
|June 1973||Head Office Plant 1 is relocated to Takatori-cho, Takahama, Aichi (now Ronchi-cho, Takahama, Aichi)|
Head Office Plant 2 is completed (Takahama, Aichi).
Implementing the industry's first dual-row tunnel kiln and clean energy LPG, we built the foundation for a mass production factory.
|August 1974||Company name is changed to Shinto Ceramics Co., Ltd.|
|July 1978||No. 1 kiln at Head Office Plant 1 is updated to the industry's first super-wide kiln.|
|January 1979||Tokyo sales office is established (Nakano Ward, Tokyo).|
|February 1980||Shinto Roof Co., Ltd. is established (Takahama, Aichi).|
|November 1982||Head Office Plants 1 and 2 are granted permission to display the JIS mark (JIS482070).|
|December 1983||Miyanoura Plant (Takahama, Aichi) is completed.
Automated tile manufacturing line is introduced.
|September 1984||Miyanoura Plant is granted permission to display the JIS mark (JIS484030).|
Head Office Plant 1 is converted to a CERAM 21 tile firing plant.
It introduces the industry’s first flat-drying system and succeeds in weight reduction.
|October 1994||Konan first plant (Hekinan, Aichi) is completed.|
|January 1995||Company name changed to Shinto Co., Ltd.|
|February 1995||New head office building (Takahama, Aichi) is completed.|
|June 1996||Head Office Plant 1 is updated with equipment to manufacture CERAM F flat tiles.|
|March 1997||Tokyo sales office is closed. Tokyo branch office is established.|
Konan second plant (Hekinan, Aichi) is completed.
State-of-the-art kneading machine and 600 ton press are introduced from Haendle in Germany.
Flat tile production increase is arranged.
|January 1998||Shinto Roof Co., Ltd. is made a wholly-owned subsidiary.|
|January 1999||Tsuchiura Center (Tsuchiura, Ibaraki) is established.|
|July 2000||Konan plant is granted permission to display the JIS mark (4JS0005).|
|July 2000||Qualification and registration are obtained for IS09001quality assurance standards (registration number: JSAQ859).|
|February 2001||Shares are listed on the JASDAQ Securities Exchange.|
|August 2002||Sales of Shinto Sunbress AM solar power system integrated tiles begin.|
Sales of hybrid version Shinto Sunbress HB begin.
Sales of CERAM Recolight lightweight tiles begin.
|April 2004||Techno Center is opened.|
|January 2005||Designated as an Aichi Quality company.|
|August 2005||Production begins at Niike Plant.|
|November 2005||Akashi Plant is acquired.|
|November 2006||ISO14001 environmental management certification is granted (JSAE1280).|
|November 2006||New Akashi Plant (Hekinan, Aichi) is completed.|
|January 2007||QMS/EMS integrated management system begins operation.|
|September 2008||Head Office, Miyanoura, Konan, Niike, and Akashi plants receive new JIS certification.|
|July 2009||Eco Tile Grow and Tile-integrated Solar Power Generation System are certified by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry as Utilization of Community Resources projects.|
|December 2009||Recycled garden soil for hydroponic culture is developed using tile dust as main material.|
CERAM F Flat High-reflective Tiles and CERAM F Flat Integrated Verge Tiles that support system tiles are announced.
Recycle Cone is certified as an Eco Mark product.
|December 2010||Company mascots “CERAM-kun” and “Kankyo-kun” are born.|
|October 2013||CERAM F Flat System Tile receives the 2013 Good Design Award.|
|July 2014||Merger of Shinto Roof Co., Ltd. (roof construction company, wholly-owned subsidiary).|
|March 2015||Sales of onigawara iemori begin.|